Best known for:
Producing rock concerts, theatre shows, outdoor events, as well as Mountfitchet Castle and Norman Village of 1066 Plus the House on the Hill Toy Museum.
Alan’s history, as a rock ‘n’ roll promoter from the 1960′s to the present day, lends a unique understanding and experience of this particular field, as well as specialising in early tinplate toys.
Alan Goldsmith is a rock n roll producer and promoter with over 50 years experience producing rock shows, air shows, stunt shows, theatre shows, and exhibitions. He is the creator and owner of Mountfitchet castle and Norman Village of 1066, a major tourist attraction with over 2 million visitors, he is also the owner of the largest toy museum in the world the House on the Hill, creator and founder member of the National Outdoor Events Association, creator of the children’s characters the Dollops, a regular contributor and guest speaker on BBC Radio and television shows, Trustee of The Bocking Arts Theatre, skilled at Gorilla Advertising and publicity author of six books and the oldest rebel in town!
Subjects Happy to Speak About:
- 50 Years of Rock n Roll and the 1960’s Social Revolution including the Air Shows, Concerts and the Changing Role of Women in Work
- Creating a Major Tourist Attraction in the Face of Adversity
- Creating & Maintaining the Largest Toy Museum and Artefacts Collection in the World
- The Dollops go to the Seaside
- The Dollops and The Fox Hunt
- The Dollops and The Bird Trap
- The Dollops and the Cheesey Gang
- Price Guide to Vintage Board Games
- Autobiography ‘Giving It Both Barrels’
- Currently writing a new book In the Footsteps of William the Conqueror
Up to 5,000 GBP